Presentation 1997/7/16
Objects in QUIK Mediator Systems Reconsidered
Kazumasa Yokota, Yutaka Banjou, Takashi Kuroda, Takeo Kunishima,
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Abstract(in English) We have proposed a mediator specification language, QUIK, based on a deductive object-oriented paradigm and its mediator systems to fuse and integrate distributed information sources. In this paper, we discuss how to identify distributed objects, which is necessary to construct the global subsumption relation for reducing inconsistencies. Further, we discuss how to maintain the data dictionary/directory, which includes distributed objects and plays an essential role of automatically searching information sources. As an application of a QUIK mediator system, we describe an approach for Celtic literature's databases.
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Title (in English) Objects in QUIK Mediator Systems Reconsidered
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1st Author's Name Kazumasa Yokota
1st Author's Affiliation Okayama Prefectural University()
2nd Author's Name Yutaka Banjou
2nd Author's Affiliation Kyoto University
3rd Author's Name Takashi Kuroda
3rd Author's Affiliation Kyoto University
4th Author's Name Takeo Kunishima
4th Author's Affiliation Nara Institute for Science and Technology
Date 1997/7/16
Paper # DE97-59
Volume (vol) vol.97
Number (no) 162
Page pp.pp.-
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